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... s particularly strange is that they are partially ringed by a stream! So by the foot of the dunes are lots of families and small children playing in what they consider to be their beach and then beyond you see daring hikers trekking hundreds of feet up the difficult slippery sand to reach the top. Alex and I followed in their tracks – looking to stay along the top crest portions of each dune as we climbed. We switched off being the leader since we discovered ...
... which way to turn, which I was surprised about. He lets people see it for free, but he has a thing set up asking for a $5-10 donation. We walked around in it and took pictures. I have no idea if it's built to code, but in one of his ramblings posted, I think he talks about it.... if I had just read it closer. It was really cool and worth going by to see it.
After we left Bishops Castle, we headed to Alamosa, CO. ...
... is a Highway" by Tom Cochrane. I couldn’t help but snap this little amateur video. Oh and here are the official lyrics and video too J https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3sMjm9 Eloo
Life's like a road that you travel on
There's one day here and the next day gone
Sometimes you bend, sometimes you stand
Sometimes you turn your back to the wind
There's a world outside every darkened door
Where blues won't haunt ...
We determined Bruce needed a couple little modifications in order to make him just that bit more liveable. We found this military grade nuclear power converter that turned Bruce’s cigarette lighter into an unstoppable power provider. A table and cook set were needed for meals on the road and most importantly, a Dodge ...
... kinda stuff, it feels good. Thank you all for bearing with me on this travelblog. I'm not sure if it boring or too erratic, or not philosophical enough, but i'll keep trying to mix it up. If anything it will help jog my memory for some things, and it is actually relaxing writing like this occasionally, instead f just mentally vegitating. In one sense, writing is my travel companion this time ( oh, poor poor ipad). Matt, i seriously have to thank you ...